Ohio State gained a commitment from five-star receiver Garrett Wilson, currently rated as the fourth best prospect in Texas for the 2019 recruiting cycle by the 247sports composite, and from Ohio four-star linebacker Cade Stover on Sunday.

“You can make the case for Wilson being the highest rated receiver to commit to Ohio State in the (seven-year) Urban Meyer era,” veteran Bucknuts recruiting analyst Bill Kurelic said of Wilson, from Lake Travis High School outside Austin, the same school that produced 2018 OSU quarterback signee Matthew Baldwin and No.1 NFL draft pick Baker Mayfield.

But the speedy 6-foot, 185-pound Wilson and his family lived in Dublin through his sixth grade before moving to Austin. He had been considered a heavy lean to OSU for a while though nearby Texas made a strong push.

“Recruiting is a grueling process, but god showed me the way,” Wilson wrote on Twitter. “I got unfinished business in the 614 ... I’m coming home.”

The 6-foot-4, 225-pound Stover, meanwhile, lives on a farm outside Lexington, Ohio. He stuck with that theme, writing “Officially a Buckeye,” but including a video, the voice-over accompanying a shot of him tossing two bales of hay into the bed of a pickup.

“I want to thank everybody for going on this journey with me, but I’m ready to take the next step,” said Stover, ranked No.8 among outside linebacker prospects nationally. Then he walked to a giant tractor, opened the door and added, “I’m staying home. Go Bucks.”

He and Wilson pushed OSU’s 2019 class to nine members, including 6-foot-2, 175-pound safety Bryson Shaw of the Bullis School in Potomac, Md., who committed Saturday. He had pledged to Wisconsin but changed his mind.

“I love and thank the Wisconsin community for (accepting) me,” Shaw, a three-star prospect, wrote on Twitter. “However, I need to be closer to my family. I am excited and blessed to be committing to the Ohio State University.”